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Dam Removal Database Now Available to Public

American Rivers announced a new database that includes all dam removals in the United States from 1916-2016.

Looks are Deceiving for 'Scary-Looking' Lamprey

The US Fish and Wildlife Service and partners are creating a smooth route for Pacific lamprey. Check out the full story here.

Restoring Resilience

Check out the new CalTrout video, Santa Clara River: Restoring Resilience.

Next Forum Meeting

The next meeting of the Forum will be Tuesday, January 23, 2018 in Arcata, California. Stay tuned for a draft agenda.

Construction Considerations for steelhead trout, Chinook and coho salmon

Check out the cards developed by Caltrans to describe anadromous fish construction considerations here.

US Forest Service Announces Rise to the Future: National Fish and Aquatic Strategy

Check out the US Forest Service National Fish and Aquatic Strategy, which focuses on conserving fish and aquatic resources, connecting people to the outdoors, strengthening partnerships, delivering and applying scientific research, building capacity, and communication. They created a short fact sheet, as well.


November 2017 Forum Newsletter

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California Fish Passage Forum


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The mission of the Fish Passage Forum is to protect and restore listed anadromous salmonid species, and other aquatic organisms, in California by promoting collaboration among public and private sectors for fish passage improvement projects and programs.

 

The goal of the Forum is to restore connectivity of freshwater habitats throughout the historic range of anadromous fish.

 

The Forum coordinates among agency programs and private sector activities to target high priority projects and to improve the timeliness and cost-effectiveness of fish passage.

 

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  1. Remediate barriers to effective fish migration.
  2. Facilitate coordination and communication among agencies, agency staff, and other entities that may propose, review, or promulgate fish passage criteria within California.
  3. Identify, assess and prioritize the removal of fish passage barriers.
  4. Disseminate guidelines and design criteria for replacement of barriers.
  5. Coordinate funding mechanisms to remove fish passage barriers.
  6. Promote state and federal permit coordination and efficiencies.
  7. Facilitate plans to monitor and evaluate fish passage restoration effectiveness to ensure accountability.
  8. Promote existing state and national policy and actions that support fish passage improvement in California.
  9. Implement education and outreach activities, targeting both the general public and fish passage practitioners.
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For a map showing locations to and information about Forum-funded projects, click here.